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post #24196 of 30502
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post
 

Have you run a virus check on your computer? Running PC or Mac? He doesn't have control of your computer, he just figured out a way to insert a key logger. Google that shit, and figure out what you need to do to get rid of him. Also, call the cops.

HOLY FUCKING SHIT. A PERSON GIVING INFORMATION THAT IS HELPFUL, GOOD TO KNOW, NECESSARY AND ALSO REITERATING A NOTION OF WHICH I TOTALLY FORGOT. PURELY A POST MADE TO HELP SOMEONE OUT. THANK YOU. 

post #24197 of 30502

One for the blocked list (ebay, not the forum)

mynameisgeorgevictor

I would assume his name is in fact, George Victor, or not.

Here's a clue:

Spoiler alert - He likes CAPS AND PUNCTUATION!!!!

post #24198 of 30502

just saw, n/m

post #24199 of 30502

There is absolutely no fucking way someone can get into your computer if you decline an ebay offer unless he works for the NSA and has backdoor access. Tell him you are ready to agree to his terms and get his address so you can go beat his ass.

 

 

download hijackthis and paste you log here or PM it to me. It will be easy to tell if you are running a trojan or not.

post #24200 of 30502

Yeah, I was curious how he would have gotten in as well. Jompso, did he send you any messages with links you clicked or attachments you opened?

post #24201 of 30502

I cannot believe that someone would hack into a person's computer because that person will not accept an ebay best offer for a second-hand suit, and then proceed to use that access to write gibberish on a forum. 

 

Maybe I'm wrong.

post #24202 of 30502
It's hard to believe because it didn't happen. It seems to be a breakdown and it's very sad.
post #24203 of 30502
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

Have you run a virus check on your computer? Running PC or Mac? He doesn't have control of your computer, he just figured out a way to insert a key logger. Google that shit, and figure out what you need to do to get rid of him. Also, call the cops.


Go to a public library/computer and change all your passwords from there would be a good idea too.


Edited by stylexchangemtl - 11/3/15 at 11:19am
post #24204 of 30502
Guys, thanks for your feedback on the sport coat. I messaged with the buyer and he admitted not having read the description. I offered to give him a discount to offset tailoring.
post #24205 of 30502

Done.


Edited by Jompso - 11/1/15 at 12:23am
post #24206 of 30502
You can easily prove the doubters wrong by posting a couple screen grabs
post #24207 of 30502
Done.

Edited by Jompso - 11/1/15 at 12:23am
post #24208 of 30502
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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post

Oh what exactly? the massive amount of messages I recieved from him via ebay? or is there another trail that these hackers leave littered all over the compuuters they hack intot into that Im unaware of? 

Yeah just the messages at least. A lot of previous posters are saying they don't believe anything happened. Screen grab of the messages alone can at least prove that something happened.
post #24209 of 30502
Also go back and check any links they sent or any emails you clicked a link on. As far as I know, it's impossible to have your computer compromised without the hacker being on your network or you clicking a phishing link.
post #24210 of 30502

Done.


Edited by Jompso - 11/1/15 at 12:24am
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